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Magazine Art: Advertising Art in Magazines

Famous artists, when they weren't painting the covers for the magazines, paid their bills by doing art for advertisers. Some of the things they did can stand up with the best of their covers, and much of it is fascinating today for what it tells us about life and popular culture of the past. This is a small door that opens up into a very large cathedral of art.

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Magazine Art: Food and Beverages
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Advertisements for meat, corn flakes, candy bars, flour, beer, wine, spirits, broccoli, peanut butter: Here they are.
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Magazine Art: Automobiles, Trucks, and Wagons
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Automobile ads kept magazines going through good times and hard. High-ticket items, they could afford to pay for color reproduction when that was too expensive for most other products. Everybody knows something about cars! Some of these ads were created by the best artists in the business. And some of them are just fun to look at as nostalgia; or, if you prefer, ancient history. Trucks here, too. Also wagons and carriages.    If you like these, check out this great website of scans of...
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Art prints have been around as long as printing has been around. Film, movies, cinema, as an art that moves, only a short time, but fully the memory of living humans. Books and magazines have been the subject of ads as long as the memory of humankind. Or so it would seem. Not only did magazines run ads for themselves and for other titles from the same publisher, they often ran ads for totally unconnected magazine titles. Sometimes they sold the space to the other publisher, and sometimes they...
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Audio, and early video, and records, and entertainment. The beginnings of an industry that is still with us, slowly engulfing (or being engulfed by) the computer industry.
Topic: magazine
Magazine Art: Personal and Human Aspects
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Mainstays of the advertising pages were personal items such as toiletries, beauty aids, perfumes, bath and facial soaps, and the like. Human interactions are important: Flowers, cards, notes.
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Magazine Art: Household Items
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Here are the ads for the common everyday household things you need to have around to keep the place clean and running. And also the objects of beauty that make life worthwhile. A little bit of decoration, a little bit of dirt removal.
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Magazine Art: Clothing and Fashions
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Clothing and fashions pay the bills at our department stores and shopping malls. We pay the bills for our clothing and fashions. And advertisements in magazines told us what we were going to buy (or make), and why.
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Magazine Art: Tobacco Products
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A noxious weed, and an important part of the American economy in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, tobacco advertising paid for many an editorial lunch and kept lots of artists employed.
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Magazine Art: Travel and Transportation
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Build a transportation system, and people and things will travel. Here are ads for all things related.
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Magazine Art: Health and Medicine
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Health and medicine ads have supported numberless magazines over the years. Some publishers refused patent medicine ads, and some got rich on them. Ditto for equipment, which can range from something as straightforward as crutches to something as questionable and as "Violet Rays". Techniques can be as simple as yoga and as complex as sequestration in a private hospital.
Topic: magazine
Magazine Art: Bicycles & Motorcycles
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Bicycles became vastly popular in the late 19th century and paved the way (sorry!) for automobiles by creating a population that wanted good, smooth, hard-surfaced roads and plenty of them. Motorcycles were an adaption that combined the best and worst of the two. And then there were motorbikes, and scooters, and any motorized conveyance that could spring full-blown from the head of the American backyard inventor.
Topic: magazine
Magazine Art: Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads
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What happened when a white man and a native girl met far from civilization. Actually, this is an ad for the new 26-volume set of the works of Joseph Conrad, illustrated by a still from an MGM movie apparently based on "An Outcast of the Islands." This ad was published in the August, 1927 issue of THE AMERICAN MERCURY. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads, Book Ads: Fiction, magazine...
Magazine Art: Sports and Guns
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Advertisements for outdoor and indoor sports and equipment for them. Guns, rods, racquets, balls; the list is endless.
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Magazine Art: Cameras and Photography
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Without cameras the magazineart.org would be a lot smaller and less interesting. Hail photography!
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Pens and pencils and paper and office supplies. Now we have major national chains providing these materials to the end consumer. Back in the day we needed to see ads like these to decide what to buy. Hey, we still do.
Topic: magazine
Magazine Art: Toys and Games
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Toys. Games. Let's play.
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Magazine Art: Personal and Human Aspects
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Viola Dana, celebrity endorsement, Maybelline. Accentuates the lovely sweep and length of her curling lashes by darkening them with Maybelline. From the August, 1926 issue of PHOTOPLAY. Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Personal and Human Aspects, Women's Toiletries and Makeup, beauty,...
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Find here ads for instruments, sheet music, musical books, accessories, concerts; anything music-related. However, note that phonographs and record players and gramophones have their own section, with radios, televisions and the like.
Topic: magazine
Magazine Art: Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads
by Helen Dryden
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Woman in elaborate tent wearing a patterned cape, holds it up for you to see. For the "Autumn Pattern Number" of the magazine. Published in the October 13, 1922 issue of LIFE, the Humor Magazine. Artist: Helen Dryden Source: eBay sellers Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads, Magazine Ads: General,...
Magazine Art: Tech
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Our magazines, especially those aimed at men, have always been full of ads for neat technology stuff (to use the technical term). Here's the category for all those ads (except for Radio/Audio/TV, which has its own category).
Topic: magazine
Magazine Art: Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads
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Ad for Modes magazine, with pattern included, from the November, 1896 issue of COSMOPOLITAN. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads, Magazine Ads: General,...
Magazine Art: Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads
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Ad for the first issue of AMAZING STORIES; published in another Gernsback magazine, the April, 1926 issue of RADIO NEWS.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads, Magazine Ads: Pulp,...
Magazine Art: Clothing and Fashions
by Coles Phillips
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Woman in blue silk/satiny dress shows off her legs in fine silk stockings. Behind her is a painting or fabric sample in complementary colors, atop a brown cabinet offering contrast. The art does the selling, and the text is minimal. Published in a 1923 issue of the AMERICAN MAGAZINE. Artist: Coles Phillips Source: eBay seller daysoffuturepast, who also sells printed materials from her personal website. Restoration by: jess at daysoffuturepast
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Clothing and Fashions, Women's Hosiery, class, slinky, gams, beauty,...
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Buy and bicycle or build it; repair it; add on it; or dress for the occasion.
Topic: magazine
Magazine Art: Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads
by Helen Dryden
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Woman carefully tying her hat on. looking at herself in a mirror, for the "Millinery Number." Published in an early 1920's issue of LIFE, the Humor Magazine. Artist: Helen Dryden Source: eBay sellers Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads, Magazine Ads: General,...
Magazine Art: Toys and Games
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Minimalist picture (tiny ad!) for a classic slingshot. Let's go, boys; no matter where you go, fishing, hunting, boating, to the country, sea shore or the mountains, you'll need a Zip-Zip. Wherever a gun is sold, a s Zip-Zip is sold. See cut of rabbit. Kill rabbit. From the Automatic Rubber Company, of Columbia, South Carolina. Published in the June, 1923 issue of AMERICAN BOY Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, stone, shoot, throw, hunt, varmint
Magazine Art: Education and Training
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Always a mainstay of the magazine advertising pages, companies that promise to train you for a new job or educate you for a new role in life or society have given us images that have become part of our popular culture.
Topic: magazine
Magazine Art: Food and Beverages
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All that black ink grabs your attention and the pictures of the baked goods attract your hunger for treats. If you don't see it here, read the free cookbook from Royal. Published in the November, 1922 issue of the PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Food and Beverages, Bread and Baking, biscuits, cake, pie, tart,...
Magazine Art: Food and Beverages
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Ad for Jell-O, from the December issue of MODERN PRISCILLA. Economic recession in 1920! Artist Norman Price shows us a clue.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Food and Beverages, Dessert, magazine covers, vintage magazines,...
Magazine Art: Bicycles & Motorcycles
by Will H. Bradley
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Advertisement for Victor Bicycles, from the February, 1896 issue of HARPER'S MONTHLY. An astonishing piece of Art Nouveau, and one that has found its way to posters. Artist: Will H. Bradley Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Bicycles and Motorcycles, Bicycles, magazine covers, vintage...
Magazine Art: Automobiles, Trucks, and Wagons
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The silent Waverly Electric, with parlor car comfort and a full view ahead. Not to mention some symbols of royalty, to tune the demographics of the ad campaign. From an unidentified 1912 magazine. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Automobiles, Trucks, and Wagons, Electric Automobiles, wealth,...
Crochet made easy! Densely packed page includes enough text to make you feel certain you're going to get the guidance you need when you buy this complete guide to crocheting. Take a look at the hints spread across the ad. Published in the September, 1947 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads, Book Ads: Non-Fiction,...
Magazine Art: Food and Beverages
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Baby's first friend, the small, cuddly dog -- a lovable, huggable pup. A&P likes babies in its ads, and those are very large eyes. Published in a 1947 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Food and Beverages, Dairy Products, magazine covers, vintage...
Magazine Art: Household Items
by Andrew Loomis
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Infant child has gone to sleep sitting in his high chair in a modern Standard kitchen. Published in the January, 1926 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. Artist: Andrew Loomis Source: Susan Mac Gregor, who sells printed paper and ephemera at Whimzy Treasures Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Plumbing and Fixtures, home, happy, safe, safety, nap
Magazine Art: Personal and Human Aspects
by F. Richardson
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Ad for Dher-Kiss Eau de Toilette, and Vegetale, fresh from M. Kerkoff's atelier, and illustrated by a fairy, a rainbow, pixies, winds, flying ballet dancers, and a hoard of gold and diamonds, not to mention other things we haven't yet identified. From the April, 1921 issue of WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION. The artist may be Frederick Richardson, who illustrated some children's books in a detailed fashion. Artist: F. Richardson Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Personal and Human Aspects, Women's Toiletries and Makeup, magazine...
Magazine Art: Tobacco Products
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Santa Claus smokes Murad cigarettes, as shown in this ad from the December 3, 1915 issue of LIFE, the Humor Magazine.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Tobacco Products, Cigarette Ads, magazine covers, vintage magazines,...
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Money. Ads for those people who have grabbed onto your money, and will only reluctantly give it back to you.
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Magazine Art: Food and Beverages
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Ad for Coca-Cola from the August, 1922 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Food and Beverages, Soft Drinks, Non-Alcoholic, magazine covers,...
Magazine Art: Household Items
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Ad for Singer Sewing Machines, already by this time at their fortieth anniversary. Published in the November, 1896 issue of COSMOPOLITAN. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Small Appliances, clothing, repair, maintenance, sew
Magazine Art: Household Items
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Ad for Standard Plumbing Fixtures, from the mid-1920's, and possibly published in WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION. Note basic design and layout similarity to the 1925 ads.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Plumbing and Fixtures, magazine covers, vintage...
Magazine Art: Tobacco Products
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Ad for Murad cigarettes, from the December 11, 1920 issue of SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. Christmas wouldn't be the same without a picture of Santa smoking a Murad.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Tobacco Products, Cigarette Ads, magazine covers, vintage magazines,...
Magazine Art: Automobiles, Trucks, and Wagons
by Coles Phillips
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One of two ads for the Willys-Overland Model 80, as a roadster and as a touring car, from the May, 1915 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. In the roadster sits a man with deerstalker cap and Sherlock Holmes pipe, his wife driving him out among the flowering trees. Artist: Coles Phillips Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Automobiles, Trucks, and Wagons, Variety of Smaller Companies and...
Magazine Art: Household Items
by Maxfield Parrish
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Classic Parrish advertisement for Edison Mazda, famous from calendars and prints. Published in a 1918 issue of THE WORLD'S WORK. Artist: Maxfield Parrish Source: eBay seller daysoffuturepast, who also sells printed materials from her personal website. Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Small Appliances, mountains, light, illumination,...
Magazine Art: Food and Beverages
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Every picture tells a story, and this 1946 ad from FIELD AND STREAM tells one worthy of a SATURDAY EVENING POST cover. So, anyway, just has hooked whom with a fishing line? Looks like a tricky way for the fisherman to meet the fisherbabe. No indication who the artist was, but we're pretty sure we've seen his work elsewhere. Artist: Source: Renita Ivey Restoration by: Renita Ivey
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Food and Beverages, Beer, magazine covers, vintage magazines,...
Magazine Art: Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads
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Ad for SNAPPY STORIES, painted by Enoch Bolles, and published in the December 27, 1924 issue of JUDGE. This painting was, in fact, used on the cover of the Second January, 1925 issue.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads, Magazine Ads: Pulp,...
An ad for a catalog, invoking all the spirits of radio at one of it greatest times. Names like Hallicrafters, RCA, Weston, Airline, Brush. Published in the December, 1936 issue of RADIO NEWS. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Radio, Television, Phonographs, and Recordings, Radio Sets, amateur,...
Magazine Art: Tobacco Products
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Ad for Murad cigarettes, showing Uncle Sam approving gift exchanges based on Turkish cigarettes. Or, as he says, they are "Good Enough for You". Published in the December, 1916 issue of REDBOOK.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Tobacco Products, Cigarette Ads, magazine covers, vintage magazines,...
Magazine Art: Food and Beverages
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Farm, nursery rhyme, crowing cock, and enough happy childhood days tropes to grab your attention and make you a kid again. Time for some chewing gum! From the September, 1927 issue of the AMERICAN MAGAZINE. Artist: Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Food and Beverages, Candy and Treats, magazine covers, vintage...
Magazine Art: Clothing and Fashions
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We probably don't think about this much today, but brassieres were crucial to winning World War Two. Rosie the Riveter needed a brassiere that would support, but not get in the way! Here's Rosie, walking home, still energetic, from a long day building war goods. Published in an unidentified magazine in the early 1940's. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Clothing and Fashions, Undergarments, defense, industry, woman,...
Magazine Art: Household Items
by Andrew Loomis
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Beautiful tiled and painted bathroom looks like something from a fantasy book. Published in the March, 1928 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Andrew Loomis Source: Susan Mac Gregor, who sells printed paper and ephemera at Whimzy Treasures Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Plumbing and Fixtures, storybook, decoration, colors
Magazine Art: Food and Beverages
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Coca-Cola ad, showing a wonderful street scene, with two sewer workers toasting each other with bottles of Product; from the May, 1920 issue of HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Food and Beverages, Soft Drinks, Non-Alcoholic, magazine covers,...
Magazine Art: Personal and Human Aspects
by Arthur Rackham
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"The New Song," elegance in an eighteenth-century setting, by a famous artist. Two women and a classic keyboard. Published in the October, 1925 issue of PICTORIAL REVIEW. Artist: Arthur Rackham Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Personal and Human Aspects, Facial and Toilet Soap, piano, singing,...
Magazine Art: Pens and Office Supplies and Equipment
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Ad for Spencerian Steel Pens, published in the May 1, 1913 issue of THE YOUTH'S COMPANION.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Pens and Office Supplies and Equipment, Pens and Writing, magazine...
Magazine Art: Clothing and Fashions
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Art nouveau fantasy for McCallum: rich beauty receives a suitor's card, handed her by her liveried servant. Published in an unidentified early 1920's magazine. Artist: Source: eBay sellers Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Clothing and Fashions, Women's Hosiery, class, romance, wealth,...
Magazine Art: Personal and Human Aspects
by Willy Pogany
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Back in the fairy tale world with Djer-Kiss in this fantastic setting. Much better than real life. From the October, 1921 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Artist: Willy Pogany Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Personal and Human Aspects, Women's Toiletries and Makeup, magazine...
Magazine Art: Bicycles & Motorcycles
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Ad for Victor Bicycles, from an 1894 issue of CENTURY MAGAZINE.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Bicycles and Motorcycles, Bicycles, magazine covers, vintage...
Magazine Art: Tech
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He's setting type on the newest Linotype composition machine, but he could just as easily be playing the baroque organ in a rare etching from three hundred years ago. Published in the June, 1922 issue of the PRINTING ART. Artist: Source: Google Books Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Tech, Printing and Publishing Equipment, type, printing, music,...
Ad for "Direst Process" plates for printing colored magazine covers. The covers shown are from late 1904 and early 1905. Published in a 1905 issue of THE INLAND PRINTER. Not exactly an ad for a magazine, but definitely an ad about magazines. We made this one extra large so you can see more of the detail.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads, Magazine Ads: General,...
Magazine Art: Household Items
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The Gold Medal Glenwood can use coal, wood, or gas, and comes with Thermolator temperature control, three ovens, four gas burners, and four covers for coal. From the Weir Stove Co. of Taunton, MA. Published in the November, 1922 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. Artist: Source: eBay seller daysoffuturepast, who also sells printed materials from her personal website. Restoration by: jess at daysoffuturepast
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Major Appliances, utility, flexibility, size,...
Magazine Art: Tobacco Products
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Ad for Murad Cigarettes. Not from a magazine as such, but from a 1923 theater program from Henry Miller's Theatre in New York City. Unusually for Murad, it seems to be signed.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Tobacco Products, Cigarette Ads, magazine covers, vintage magazines,...
Magazine Art: Cameras and Photography
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Ad for Kodak Cameras, as published in the May, 1905 issue of SUCCESS. Remember, there are no game laws for those who hunt with a Kodak!
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Cameras and Photography, Kodak Cameras, Film, and Accessories,...
Magazine Art: Automobiles, Trucks, and Wagons
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Ad for Studebaker Electric Automobiles, from the August, 1902 issue of HARPER'S MONTHLY. A box, a battery, and a motor, and there you are! Let's go for a little ride down the driveway from the manor house. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Automobiles, Trucks, and Wagons, Electric Automobiles, buckboard,...
Magazine Art: Health and Medicine
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Beautiful woman at her dressing table, with a maid stolen from Coles Phillips handing her the product. It makes her feel good, so good she's going out decollété tonight. In the privacy of your own boudoir soothing electric massage brings back the roses of youth into your cheeks, keeps your hair and scalp in fine, healthy condition and develops your figure into one of graceful lines and girlish contour. ...for fatigue, nervous headaches, insomnia. Ask the folks at Good Vibrations. From the...
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Health and Medicine, Medical Equipment, stress, relief, sex,...
Magazine Art: Clothing and Fashions
by Norman Rockwell
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Ad for Arrow Shirts, "Donchester", published in the May 14, 1920 issue of the HARVARD LAMPOON. Presumably meant to be Harvard or other Ivy roommates. Artist: Norman Rockwell Source: Cynde Georgen, Trail End Historic Site, Sheridan Wyoming Restoration by: Cynde Georgen
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Clothing and Fashions, Men's Clothing and Accessories, date, status,...
Magazine Art: Food and Beverages
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Ad for Coca-Cola, from the May, 1913 issue of MODERN PRISCILLA. Symbolic arrow == Coca-Cola.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Food and Beverages, Soft Drinks, Non-Alcoholic, magazine covers,...
Magazine Art: Personal and Human Aspects
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Soldiers of all the Allied nations shake hands: Military validation for the Gem Damaskeene Razor, in the khaki service outfit, in this ad from the August 10, 1918 issue of LESLIE'S WEEKLY.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Personal and Human Aspects, Men's Toiletries and Shaving, World War...
Magazine Art: Farm Ads
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If it goes on a farm, it goes here.
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Magazine Art: Clothing and Fashions
by M. C. Woodbury
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Ad for McCallum Silk Hosiery, which assures you that you just know she wears them. Surprisingly intricate illustration for 1921, like something out a Japonismic children's book. From the June 23, 1921 issue of LIFE, the Humor Magazine. Artist: M. C. Woodbury Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Clothing and Fashions, Women's Hosiery, magazine covers, vintage...
Magazine Art: Clothing and Fashions
by Coles Phillips
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Every ad tells a story, and this is a beach romance punctuated by a walk in the sand. From the October 16, 1916 issue of EVERY WEEK. Artist: Coles Phillips Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Clothing and Fashions, Women's Hosiery, romance
Magazine Art: Automobiles, Trucks, and Wagons
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Ad for Chevrolet cars, from the June, 1927 issue of the PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL. You have a car, your woman deserves a car, too.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Automobiles, Trucks, and Wagons, Chevrolet Cars, feminism, wealth,...
Magazine Art: Toys and Games
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Ad for Stieff Toys, a waddling duck on eccentric wheels. Published in the January, 1915 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, magazine covers, vintage magazines, advertising...
Magazine Art: Radio, Television, Phonographs, and Recordings
by Gene Pressler
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A scene from "Oberon" illustrates just how great the Columbia Grafonola record player will sound reproducing grand opera. From a 1920 magazine. Artist: Gene Pressler Source: Renita Ivey Restoration by: Renita Ivey
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Radio, Television, Phonographs, and Recordings, Phonographs and...
Magazine Art: Food and Beverages
by Maxfield Parrish
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A classic and widely reproduced ad for Jell-O, from the February, 1922 issue of PICTORIAL REVIEW. The King and Queen are delighted to see their cook has made Jell-O for dessert. Artist: Maxfield Parrish Source: Renita Ivey Restoration by: Renita Ivey
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Magazine Art: Household Items
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The joy of making things! Popular in today's Maker culture. Thousands of parents are buying Stanley Tool Assortments for their boys to use during the summer vacation. So many little things around the house.... Like a Manual Training course. Published in the June, 1923 issue of AMERICAN BOY. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Household Items, Tools, job, kit, construction, repair
Magazine Art: Clothing and Fashions
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Three seasons in one dress with Sunset soap dyes. Shown here: how to dye your pink summer dress lavender for fall, and black for winter. And retain your elegance! Published in the November, 1920 issue of TODAY'S HOUSEWIFE. Artist: Source: Big Dew Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Clothing and Fashions, Cloth and Fabric, Materials, Components, and...